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The Behavior Analysis Center for Autism (BACA) is currently seeking a Team Supervisor for the Indianapolis area.  BACA was founded in 2009 and is directed by Dr. Carl Sundberg. BACA has an impressive clinical team including Dr. Mark Sundberg, Dr. Pat McGreevy, Dr. John Esch, Dr. Barb Esch, Dr. Peter Gerhardt, Dr. Genae Hall, and Bob Ryan, BCBA. These services are based on principles of Applied Behavior Analysis, more specifically B.F. Skinner’s analysis of Verbal Behavior and utilization of the VB-MAPP as our primary assessment tool. BACA provides high quality intensive behavioral services in 1:1 and small group behavioral settings to clients, ages 2-20.


Will report to the Clinical Director. Responsibilities include, but not limited to the following:

Train and manage direct therapy staff.

Ensures program directives from clinical team are implemented accurately and timely.

Leads client’s parent meetings.

Leads assessment updates and authors re-authorization plan.

Generates consultation notes and distributes.

Consults with clients and provides continuous program direction and maintenance.

Directs implementation of insurance goals and data collection system.

Analyzes data/behavior and makes decisions based on data.

Develops specific teaching procedures for the targets.

Guides ongoing implementation of teaching procedures for the targets.

Supervises Parent Training Coordinator.   Visit client home with Parent Training Coordinator to provide training.

Conducts weekly team meetings.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

BCBA required

Successful in managing staff  

Exceptional interpersonal skills with teams (staff, families, and behavior analysts)

Superior verbal and written communication skills required

Excellent organizational skills necessary

Benefits and Pay

Positive working environment

Medical/Vision/Dental insurance

PTO and paid holidays

401K

Bonuses available

Competitive pay based on experience and education


BCBA-Extended Services       <Back


Responsible for the initial and ongoing training of behavior technicians; developing, implementing and maintaining client programs; support all Extended Service programs


Reports to Director of Extended Services


People who report to Program Supervisor

" Behavior Technicians in E.S. programs

Job Responsibilities include the following tasks:


" Create training schedules for new behavior technicians in conjunction with Director of Extended Services

" Provide training to E.S. behavior technicians on effective teaching techniques, program writing and development, and data collection procedures for programs

" Assess new clients upon intake with Director of Extended Services.

" Provides clinical direction of clients' programs for home programs and center programs

o Ongoing assessment

o Continuous program direction and maintenance

o Oversees implementation of program goals

o Oversees implementation of data collection system, analyzes data/behavior, and makes decisions based on data

o Develops specific teaching procedures for targets

o Ensures ongoing implementation of teaching procedures for targets

" Follow consultation schedules written by Director of Extended Services.

" Writes up and provides warnings on clinical matters with Director of Extended Services.

" Review client programs with Director of Extended Services (goals, graphs, data collection, up-to-date consultation notes, etc.)

" Ensures program directives by adjunct consultants are implemented accurately and timely, when applicable.

" Plan and conduct bi-weekly meetings with Director of Extended Services.

" Meet with the behavior technicians regularly.

" Engage in professional behaviors continuously: communicate appropriately, effectively, and clearly with BACA staff and individuals and organizations in the community.


" Serve as parent contact for clinical issues.  

" Conduct parent meetings for clinical issues with Director of Extended Services.

" Hours are 11 am - 7 pm.

Weekend hours may be required.



BEHAVIOR TECHNICIANS      <Back


Responsible for providing intensive behavioral intervention services to clients with Autism Spectrum Disorder and other language delays.


Duties:


* Provide direct therapy in individual and group sessions

* Complete weekly program writing and maintain client’s program book

* Work with consultant, Speech, and OT  and implement individualized goals and checklists

* Implement individualized treatment plan as written and directed by behavior analyst

* Graph data as instructed

* Maintain respect and confidentiality for all clients

* Maintain professional and technical knowledge by attending educational workshops; reviewing professional publications; establishing personal networks; benchmarking state-of-the-art practices; participating in professional societies

* Maintain and protect the well being of all clients


Skills/Qualifications:


Creative, Flexible, Self-Motivated, Time Management Skills, Observation skills, Analytical Skills, Energetic, Team Player.  Must have a bachelors degree from an accredited university or college in Psychology or related field.  All applicants must pass a background check


What we offer:


*On going job training and career development in the field

*Insurance

*Dental

*Vision

*Vacation (Holidays and personal)

*Competitive pay based on experience and education


AFTER HOURS CARE      <Back


The Behavior Analysis Center for Autism in Fishers is seeking high-energy and caring individuals to provide part-time care to children with autism and special needs ages 2-16.  The hours will be Mondays - Friday 4:15-6:00.    The individual will be responsible for:


Duties:


*Create gross motor, fine motor, and art activities.

*Ensure the well-being and safety of clients.

*Lead and structure group activities.

*Provide basic care to the clients (toileting/eating)

*Care for up to three individuals at one time.  

*Follow the instructions and suggestions of the on-site behavior analyst.  

*Attend CPR and First-Aid Training


Skills/Qualifications:

Energetic, self-motivated, patient, creative, and a team player.  Must be 16 years of age and have experience with children or individuals with special needs.  


Pay Rate:  8-12/hr (Based on experience)

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